Crisis On On Infinite Earths, the biggest CW/DC crossover to date, concluded with the final two episodes airing back-to-back. Like before, there were several references and Easter eggs for the ardent fans.
OBLIGATORY SPOILER WARNING: If you haven’t seen the episodes or read the comic, turn back now. Or else abandon all hope of avoiding spoilers.
- Ezra Miller made a surprise (and uncredited) appearance as The Flash from the DCEU Movies
- The man who asked for autographs from Flash and Supergirl was Marv Wolfman, the writer of the original comic mini-series
- Earth-2 had a version of The Justice Society, including Stargirl, who will get her own TV series later this year
- Earth-9 again had a highlight reel of the Titans cast
- Earth-19 showed Swamp-Thing, currently on DC’s Streaming Service
- Earth-21 had the members of Doom Patrol frolicking about
- Earth-96 Superman restored the yellow to his emblem where it was previously colored black
- The way Earth-96 Superman flew and smiled at the camera was a tribute to the Christopher Reeve Superman films
- The table Barry introduces at the end of the episode is like the one used in episodes of Super Friends and Justice League
- Gleek is a monkey from theSuper Friends Saturday morning cartoon
- A rendition of the Super Friends theme played during the Justice League table reveal
- The narration by Oliver and the end of episode five matches The Monitor’s from the beginning of episode one
- Earth-Prime was the name used in DC Comics for the real Earth
- Earth-19 is a reference to the DC Universe streaming service, which was launched in 2019
- Earth-12 showed the Green Lantern Corps. Arrow premiered in 2012, and the Green Lantern series on HBO Max will be Executive Produced by Greg Berlanti
- When Ezra Miller’s Flash began to fade, he says “I told Victor this was possible”. That is Victor Stone, aka Cyborg.